In order to apply for the majority of these scholarships, you will need to complete the General Scholarship Form.


This scholarship is awarded to the top ten returning students who have completed at least one full year of studies at Northpoint and have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher. An application is not necessary. The annual award for this scholarship is $1,000.

High School Merit Award

Awarded to a a High School Valedictorian/Salutatorian who enrolls as a first semester degree-seeking student. A copy of the certificate is needed. Award is $1,000/$500. Awards are dispersed half in the fall semester and half in the spring semester.


This scholarship is awarded to first semester freshman, transfer students, and returning students who demonstrate financial need and who clearly articulate a call to ministry. A completed application is required. Annual awards begin at $250. Click Here: Alumni Association Scholarship Application


Applications accepted Nov. 14 – Feb. 10 (Up to $8,000)


  • First – $8,000: $4,000 for 2 semesters
  • Second – $4,000: $2,000 for 2 semesters
  • Third – $2,000: $1,000 for 2 semesters

Each year, high school seniors can apply for the J. Robert Ashcroft National Youth Scholarship in memory of a pioneer in AG higher education. Ashcroft served as president of four AG colleges, and served as national secretary of the Assemblies of God Department of Education. This prestigious scholarship in Ashcroft’s honor provides financial assistance to incoming freshmen. Up to three district level winners are nominated by their district. The national scholarships will be awarded no later than April 1.


  • Currently attending an AG church
  • High school senior working toward acceptance into an AG endorsed college
  • Proficient in four areas:
    • Academic achievement
    • Extracurricular activities
    • Christian service
    • Christian character


If you would like to complete an application or have questions, please contact your District Youth Director.


This scholarship is awarded to first semester freshman and transfer students. A student can earn one team, one high scorer, and one national memorization bible quiz scholarship. If the student meets the qualifications more than once, the highest award will be given in each of the above three categories. Bible Quiz Scholarship Application and copy of certificate(s) are required.


Placement National Regional District
First $1,000 $750 $500
Second $750 $500 $375
Third $500 $350 $250

High Score

National Regional District
$750 $500 $250

National Memorization

Three Years Two Years One Year
$750 $500 $250

This scholarship is given to students who are planning to go into a preaching ministry or to minister through music.

To apply for this scholarship fill out the General Scholarship Form. You only need to fill out the form one time to be considered for several scholarships.


This scholarship is available to full-time, on-campus students with a meal plan. Northpoint will match a church scholarship up to $500/year or $250 per semester. Funds must not come from students, their parents/relatives, or from the monthly pledge the church has previously designated for Northpoint. Church Matching Scholarship Form must be accompanied by the church’s payment.


The District Youth Director from each Assemblies of God District or ministry network is able to refer one male high school junior or senior and one female high school junior or senior per academic year to Northpoint Bible College for a $2000 DYD scholarship. This scholarship is granted to students who are enrolled as a full-time (12 or more credits), on campus, traditional undergraduate student.

District Youth Directors can refer a student for this scholarship by clicking here.

Eddie and Ruth Washington Scholarship

The Eddie and Ruth Washington Scholarship was established by the Assemblies of God World Missions (AGWM) to assist Black students studying in the field of missions who intend to become AGWM missionaries. 

The Washingtons, who were both Zion/Northpoint graduates, ministered in Europe and throughout the world for 30 years. 

The scholarship awards will be up to $5,000 per academic year and be given to select Black students who meet the criteria of the scholarship, which include, but are not limited to: Have a viable ministry, intend or have direction toward serving as an AGWM missionary, have a minimum GPA of 2.50, will be attending a college or university affiliated with or endorsed by the Alliance for AG Higher Education.




Applications for this scholarship may be obtained in January from the Financial Aid Office. The deadline is February 1st, and annual awards vary. To apply for this scholarship you must be a minority.

Award is $200 – $1,000 (varies according to need and school funds)

AG colleges desire a wealth of cultural diversity throughout the student body. The Ethnic Minority Scholarship provides financial assistance to minority students who otherwise could not afford costs associated with the school in which they are enrolled. The Financial Aid Director from your college of choice can help you fill out the application if needed. Once finished with the first page of the application, you must turn it in to your school’s financial aid office to have them complete the second page.


  • Currently attending an AG church
  • Currently attending an AG endorsed college
  • Classify as an ethnic minority

Complete the General Scholarship Application Form


This scholarship is awarded to first semester freshman and transfer students who receive an “Excellent” or “Superior with Invitation” rating at the District Level, “Excellent,” “Superior” or “Award of Merit” rating at the National Level. If ratings are received in more than one category at the district level, only the highest award will be granted. If ratings are awarded at the National level, it will replace any district award. If ratings are received in more than one category on the national level, the single highest award will be granted. Complete a Fine Arts Scholarship Application and submit a copy of the certificate (s). These items are required for eligibility. Award amounts are as follows:

Level Award Amount
District Excellent $250
Superior with Invitation $500
National Excellent $750
Superior $1,000
Award of Merit $1,500

These awards are renewable for one additional year by maintaining a cumulative GPA of 3.5.


Northpoint has distinct, privately funded scholarships that are awarded each academic year (Fall/Spring). The “General Scholarship Application” form is used to apply for these scholarships. An updated application form should be completed each academic year.


This scholarship is awarded to first time freshman or transfer students who received this award. General-Scholarship-Form and a copy of the certificate is required. Non-A/G students who have achieved an equivalent award may also apply. Award is $1,000 ($500/semester), renewable for one additional year with a cumulative GPA of 3.5.

Missionary Kid Scholarship

All Assembly of God missionary children are eligible for a 50% undergraduate, tuition scholarship. This scholarship applies to all online, on campus, or additional locations, so wherever a missionary kid takes a class with Northpoint, the missionary kid scholarship applies. Please complete the Minister/Missionary section of the General-Discount-Request-Form. Once this form is completed, please return it by email to [email protected].

discount Request

If you might qualify for one of the Northpoint discounts, fill out the General-Discount-Request-Form



This discount is applied to the full-time spouse or dependent family member of a full-time student from the same family. The discount is 10% off tuition per year. A completed discount request form is required.


This is awarded to full-time freshman, transfer, and returning students who qualify. Award is $500 per year for a dependent of an Assemblies of God minister or missionary (licensed or ordained for at least 2 years). Award is $250 per year for students who are dependents of ministers or missionaries from non AG fellowships. An application and copy of license or certificate of ordination should be submitted by the required deadline.

Please complete the MInister/Missionary section of the Discount-Request-Form-and return it to: [email protected] 

SAGE Scholars Tuition Rewards

Each Scholar is required to present a current statement of Scholar’s Tuition Rewards to Northpoint within 10 days of submission of the admissions application.

The maximum discount that Northpoint is required to offer a Scholar is the lesser of the Scholar’s Tuition Rewards account or one year’s tuition, applied evenly among four years of undergraduate education starting with the freshman year.

Annually, Rewards are thereby “capped” at 25% of full freshman-year tuition and do not rise for Scholar as Northpoint’s tuition rises.

If a Scholar completes undergraduate education in more than four years, the college has no obligation to accept Tuition Rewards for any additional semesters but may, in its sole discretion, choose to do so. 



This discount is awarded to each of two or more full-time dependent students from the same family. Students filing as independent on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) are ineligible. Award is 10% tuition discount per semester. Please complete the sibling discount section of the Discount-Request-Form


This discount is awarded to ministers (licensed or ordained for at least 2 years) involved in full-time church ministry or missions work. Award is for one tuition-free course (up to 3 credits) when taking two or more undergraduate courses during the same semester. The free course must be of equal or lesser value (fees still apply). Former ZBI/ZBC/NPBC students who were previously enrolled in a Baccalaureate degree program (after 1994) and who did not finish their course of study at that time are ineligible. Please complete the minister/missionary Discount-Request-Form.


Additional Information

See below for additional scholarship providers outside of Northpoint. We strongly recommend first reading the US Federal Government’s Student Aid website for assistance in finding and applying for scholarships.